. Maryland girl finds ancient tooth from a 50-foot-long megalodon in the Chesapeake Bay « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – The 9-year-old Maryland girl and her older sister, Natalie, had asked for and received insulated waders and fossil sifters so they could go shark tooth hunting further out in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay near the Calvert Cliffs, recalls Molly’s mother, Alicia Sampson. They immediately put on their new waders and went out hunting with their dad, Bruce Sampson, in 10-degree weather around 9:30 a.m. It was low tide, meaning they could go out further to find fossils.

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